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FOX News
Dec 2, 2011 12:00pm PST
here, into texas and the plains and we will see the rain and the snow and look at this over the next couple of days, we have a big storm for us, and heavy rain across texas, and that is good news, we need that rain in texas and the none side of it, it will be snow all week. >>shepard: you saw steamboat sounds mighty good, 123 miles per hour? have a great weekend. if lawmakers do not make a deal you can pay more taxes starting next month. no matter how that debate ends the democrats in washington could be able to use it as leverage in the next campaign. howst we will turn to chris wallace for at look at strategy. t or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. [ gasps [ male announcer ] if you're giving an amazing gift, shouldn't it be given in an amazing way? ♪ ♪ the lexus december to remember sales event is here, but only for a limited te. see your lexus dealer for exclusive lease offers on the 2012 es 350 and, as a gift from lexus, we'll make your first month's
FOX News
Dec 7, 2011 12:00pm PST
republican activists and it turns out the coalition did not invite texas congressman ron paul. calling him "an extremist who is far outside of the mainstream." today's event also giving the candidate as chance to respond to president obama's attacks on republicans yesterday over the economy. carl cameron is live for us in washington. are they unified when it comes to panning the president's israeli policy? >>carl: absolutely. there is not much discussion of the president's talk on the economy but they recommend a more pro growth discussion but for israel's policy this is unified, republicans have been very, very tough on president obama and it started this morning with the first speaker, rick santorum and we heard from romney what was aggressive and gingrich spoke and texas governor rick perry is talking about the response of a strong and firm friendship, a special relationship with israel and suggested that president obama has undermined it. here is gingrich's criticism a few moments ago. >> one side of continuing pressure that says it is always israel's fault no matter how bad the other
FOX News
Dec 23, 2011 12:00pm PST
snow, how about mention core or el paso, texas, with snow on the ground right now and across new mexico. we will see more snow the next 24 hours and lock at this, midland, texas, 3" to 5" when it is done. if you are looking for a white christmas, we have snow in the west, the northern palestinians, nothing. minneapolis. fargo, north dakota. no snow. no snow in the great lakes. nothing in the northeast. people have no problem on the roads getting home to mom's house. >>gregg: but i was thinking of take my daughter skiing? rick: a world of hurt in the northeast. >>gregg: did i hear about a tornado? rick: severe weather not southeast yesterday and tornadoes, people associate that with spring but we get them in december. look what happened in alabama. this was yesterday. in alabama. tornado going through, so not a huge tornado, but it caused damage to a couple of homes and caused tree damage. a rough night. but you will be clear. the rain returns to the southeast on christmas day. but it will be light. regulation regular after more than a year in transit, a christmas present arrives at its
FOX News
Dec 26, 2011 12:00pm PST
. as you can see here the texas congressman ron paul currently leads the pack in the hawkeye state according to the latest real clear politics poll average and the experts say this is still very much up for grabs. early this month, a cbs news and "new york times" found 66 percent of the iowa caucus goers say they could change their mind before making their decision. just 34 percent said they have picked their candidate. we should also note that the republican candidates are fighting for a small fraction of the american population. the winner of the iowa g.o.p. is the presidential nominee three times since 1996. and carl cameron has the news. this is a scramble for a small number of voters. >>carl: you are right. three million plus in iowa, but only 120,000 if they show up for the caucuses a week from tomorrow will set a new turn out record for the republican first-in-the-nation event, 120,000 is not a lot of people. you work in both los angeles and in new york, and folk could not get elected dog cammer -- catcher with so few votes and you could win with as few as 30,000 or 40,000 v
FOX News
Dec 28, 2011 12:00pm PST
sparking thousands of fires and the most devastating in texas, that destroyed over 30,000 acres . >> and a deadly year for tornadoes. dangerous twisters ripping across the south back in april. reducing thousands of homes to rubble, and killing more than 300 people across seven states. in alabama alone, more than 200 people were killed. >> and, then in may, a power will tornado touching down in joplin, missouri, killing 150 and destroying the town. in august, a hurricane slammed all along the east coast and the storm destroyed homes, flooding roads and knocking down power lines. irene creating a messy situation in maryland. check out ocean city. and this reporter completely covered in salt. and in vermont, a dam is compromised and hundreds have to leave their home. insult added to energy for arizona as a giant dust storm and record-breaking temperatures swept across parts of the state. in august, temperatures reaching sizzling 117 degrees! residents' lungs were filled with dirt and debris. and the mighty mississippi cresting at levels not seen in decades. and april showers leavin
FOX News
Dec 20, 2011 12:00pm PST
in new mexico and out oof texas and you can see exactly what happened. the wind was blowing so hard, shepard for an 18 hour period. we're talking about winds of 50 miles per hour and very heavy snow leaving around 12 to 18 inches in the deepest spot. you get that kind of storm and that kind of wind and it causes all kind of problems. places are still shut down. a lot of highways are still shut down. i 40 which was closeside reopen. part of i-70 in kansas was closed and reopen. part of santa fe was closed and now it's reopen. that's a start shepard in the process of digging out here. >> shepard: a lot of people mighty happy to get this snow dump, huh? >> yeah. i tell you what? a really interesting story. everybody you talk to here they say one thing. how happy they are to get it because they need it. take a look at this drought map. you can see where the drought is we have been talking about this for a year now. worst drought they have ever had here. this snow falling very close to where a lot of drought is. right around guymon. they got 9 inches of snow. they have planted the winter
FOX News
Dec 19, 2011 3:00pm EST
to see those blizzard conditions heading into tuesday across kansas and in the texas and oklahoma panhandles and then again portions of kansas by tuesday morning but then watch how quickly the storm exits and lifts over the ohio river valley. mainly just a rain event. so the snow is going to be sequestered to the southwest. back to you. >> shepard: sequestered even. janice dean in the extreme weather center. great to see you. thank you. more than 900 people reported dead. most of them women and children one of the worst disasters to hit this country, the philippines in decades. we're told the remnants of a tropical storm dumped a month's worth of rain in a matter of hours friday night. now officials on a southern island in the philippines say mass burials are underway because the bodies are quite literally piling up and the morgues are full. rescue teams continue to search the thick mud and debris for any survivors on that island. the red cross now reports some 800 people are believed to still be missing. well, if your private medical records aren't already on some computer server
FOX News
Dec 1, 2011 12:00pm PST
storm across texas and oklahoma and then it moves to the east slowly the next weekend and next week, rain and possibly severe weather. >>shepard: december is here. the suspect in the case of the misng woman in aruba is speaking out since his release from the caribbean holding cell. gary giordano says the media is misreporting details. misreporting. stay tuned. >>shepard: this is "stud b." it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. the lone suspect in the disappearance of a woman in aruba denies he had anything to do with her vanishing. this started in august. robyn gardner was vacationing with this guy, gary giordano, a man she met on the internet. he says they went snore killing and she never made it back to shore and he took out $1.5 million life insurance policy on the woman and inquired about cashing in on the life insurance policy days later. in the first interview, gary giordano appeared to blame the whole thing on "the drug trade," and human trafficking. and he made the revelations on abc's "good morning america." >> aruba has two main sources of income: cocai
FOX News
Dec 6, 2011 12:00pm PST
massachusetts governor romney and the congressman ron paul in a tie for second. and then the texas governor rick perry is rounding out the top four, and iowa holds the first presidential nominating contest so a win there could be key. romney is the frontrunner in new hampshire and then south carolina. and the poll out today shows gingrich has a commanding 17-point lead in south carolina. it could make for a very interesting month of january. carl cameron is live in washington. what is gingrich's biggest challenge in >>carl: a bunch of them. he has to defend himself against his attacks from the rivals, and avoid making his own mistakes. and raise money. and organize. he has to get boots on the ground to match the buzz in the polls. the survey numbers, the "washington post" poll has interesting other numbers, 52 percent of iowa caucus goers could change their name so this is open. the latest public policy poll says gingrich actually doubled romney among voters over 65 so romney is doing not so well with seniors, and among the tea party, he registered and ron paul barely resteps gingrich beats romn
FOX News
Dec 9, 2011 12:00pm PST
voters followed by ron paul, texas governor rick perry, and minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann. but, that very same poll showing mitt romney with a better shot at beating president obama in november. it is a tie between those two. gingrich trails the president by 6 percent points outside the poll's margin of error. and now, live in washington, dc, with more. polls suggest that the battle can go on between romney and gingrich for as long as the hillary clinton and obama battle of 2008. >>guest: especially if gingrich surges in fundraising the way he has debate and polling. ask registered voter whose they see as a true conservative, as fox news did, gingrich outpaces governor romney by 13 points and ask who is a strong leader, though, and the two republicans are tied. with president obama suffering. ask who is presidential, while the incumbent does bet there, romney bests speaker gingrich by ten points and the romney campaign is unmistakably growing more aggressive with the new ad recalling the moment when gingrich appearing on "meet the press," disparaged the entitlement reform plan
FOX News
Dec 13, 2011 12:00pm PST
. gingrich says he will not run them. >> shepard: rick perry, who has fallen off the planet in texas, launched an attack ad of his own today. >> he has. rick perry has been running a lot of ads in iowa. there is a super pac supporting him that's run ads. the latest is the second critical ad where he goes after washington or washington insiders. all meant to be veiled attacks on his rivals and the subject of today's installation, political correctness. listen. >> you can't say that congressmen becoming lobbyists a form of corruption or about giving aid to countries who appose america. you and i know it's true, but not politically correct. >> the first reference about washington lobbyist and members of congress becoming lobbyist and that's corruption, that's meant to remind people newt gingerich was a advisor and consultant that made money in washington but he was never a lobbyist. the gloves aren't quite off but it's getting tense and with less than three weeks before the caucus, in iowa it won't be too bloody, that happens in new hampshire. >> shepard: it should be a balmy one. we'll
FOX News
Dec 14, 2011 12:00pm PST
and romney going after it here we cannot leave out texas congress ron paul. it is entirely likely as we have increase give undecided make up their mind the race will get tighter and quote have a three-way foe veto gingrich with gingrich coming down, romney stuck not 20's and ron paul reaching the 20's. so the polls will tighten and get more hard to assess and then we will listen to the voters in iowa. >>shepard: thank you very much for the insight, both of you. all eyes are on the candidates and the fox presidential debate, the blast debate best iowa caucus, tomorrow night, at 8:00 in oxford. for more details and back ground on the candidates we have a great site if you have a few minutes on the internet. empty foxnews.com/bate. lawmakers are still battleing over how to extend the payroll tax cut. the republican-controlled house pass add bill to keep the tax break alive. but democrats in the senate say it is dead oneirism -- dead on arrival for containing partisan provisions. and that is not the only issue. mike is live from capitol hill. aside from all of the talk about the debate, and ever
FOX News
Dec 16, 2011 12:00pm PST
sets up a competition, really, between texas governor rick perry, michele bachmann, the congresswoman from minnesota next door to iowa and rick santorum. they seem to be splitting evangelical and religious conservatives and as a consequence, it is very difficult for the leaders of those voting groups particularly a couple of very prominent organizations out of des moines to come up with a unified endorsement, the family leader group was to put their endorsement out on monday and they have been gridlocked for weeks and may not be able to. if the evangelical vote which is more than half according to the last caucus four years ago now, is divided, it makes it easier for gingrich and romney to compete for the rest the vote. >>shepard: makes sense, carl, on a chilly day in iowa. coming up, a closer look at how the tea party may, in fact, play into the big picture of the g.o.p. race for the white house. plus the medal of honor winner. who said his former employer dragged his name through the mud is dropping his lawsuit against the company. we will have reaction from the former marine sergea
FOX News
Dec 21, 2011 12:00pm PST
and that is because he could prove to be a spoiler. the texas congressman has been polling very well in iowa and many, including our own analyst, ed rollins said he will inwin win but chances in the general of slim. but if he runs as a third party candidate, he could take a lot of votes away from the republican nominee. that said with us now is the g.o.p. consultant, who serves as a senior communication strategist on three campaigns including bush and cheney in 2002 and again in 2004. ron paul as spoiler. i wonder what you think the chances are he will run as a third party candidate? >> it would be a drug on republican votes if he decided to run as a 30-party candidate as a young man, and as a libertarian, ron paul did run for president in a different party but over the years has stayed in the republican confines. frankly, although it would be damaging if he is granted a third-party candidate i see him doing well enough in this process, he could be the republican candidate. >>shepard: you really think he could, come on? >>guest: i am being flip, but what i see here is a guy who doesn't have, other gu
FOX News
Dec 22, 2011 12:00pm PST
on is the governor of texas, the state in which the former president lives. bush 41 stopped short of an official endorsement but that is what it is, that is exactly what the romney camp is calling it. with us is republican strategist, a former senior staffer in the george w. bush white house, bush 43. i got do tell you and i read this, it looks like, it sells like, it seems like, and it sounds like an endorsement. is there a reason why they are not calling it an endorsement? >>guest: sure, former presidents tend to stay above the fray in making formal endorsements in a primary situation. so the president, by granting an audience with romney, in effect, that is an endorsement. the fact that he is not endorsing the sitting go of the state in which he resides, speaks volumes as to the audience he granted romney so certainly many will treat it as an endorsement even if the president doesn't come out and say he is endorsing romney. >>gregg: there has been a lot of columns written about so-called feud between the sitting governor rick perry and the bush family. which by the way, karl rove flatly denie
FOX News
Dec 30, 2011 12:00pm PST
by santorum and the texas governor rick perry. little more than a month ago santorum was in single digits and gingrich was in the lead. the former speaker blames the wave of attack ads targeting him over the past month. >> 45 percent of all the ads run in iowa have been attacks on me so you have had, i don't, $8 million or $9 million attacks in a small stated. they take a toll. >>trace: they v the latest frontrunners taking advantage of that before iowans have their say this coming tuesday, and karl is live in ames, iowa. romney is now back on top? >>carl: you can see it on the ground. we were in des moines where romney had an event at 8:00, and it was 35 or 36 and raining. 500 to 1,000 people showed up in a shopping center parking lot in order to have a rally and mr. romney brought along celebrity of the g.o.p. to sort of rally the crowd and he offered up a sopranos incentive to get out on tuesday night. listen. >> you don't dough what you are supposed to do on tuesday for mitt romney i will be back, jersey style, people, i will be back. all if you can get out here in this cold, wind and
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